Symbolism: "As the road darkened, the beams of our headlights filled with hundreds of blinded moths. Where they hit our windshield..." (29). Moths-Rebels, Headlights-Trujillo, Lights-Spies, Windshield-Murder. These symbols overall represent a turning point for Minerva when she decided she really wanted justice for all.
A nephrite pendant with enamelled gold mounts by Fabergé, workmaster Eduard Schramm, St. Petersburg, c. 1900, a seated elephant with raised trunk and diamond-set eyes enriched with gold and strawberry red enamelled fringed headdress.